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Старый 21.08.2012, 01:30   #1
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PhD Scholarship in Economics/Management Science at University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
PhD Scholarship in Economics/Management Science

Job description:


COHERE at The Department of Business and Economics, University of Southern Denmark is advertising a PhD Scholarship in Odense available as of October 1st 2012 or as soon as possible thereafter.

The position is linked to a research project entitled ‘The Hospital of the Future’. The project is concerned with development, adaption, and testing of methods from microeconomics and management science with the aim of providing better continuity of care on the patient side along with better use of hospital resources. The research project is funded by The Danish Strategic Research Council.

The position is within the sub-area: “Productivity measurement” with the objectives: To develop and test methods to measure productivity as well as economies of scale and scope, where professional quality is an integral part of the methodology.

Please refer to http://sdu.dk/en/Om_SDU/Institutter_centre/cCohere for the full project description.

The successful applicant for a PhD Scholarship must have demonstrated a research potential as reflected e.g. by the grades obtained.

Institutional knowledge concerning the Danish hospital sector is not a requirement from the outset, but is considered a prerequisite for a successful project.

The research project ‘The Hospital of the Future’ has a firm foundation within the area of the Social Sciences, but the development and testing of models reaches well into the clinical world. Thus, successful applicants are expected to have an educational background in economics or business economics - e.g. cand.oecon., cand.scient.oecon., or cand.merc. - applicants with a related educational background may however come into consideration as well. The application must include a synopsis describing a set of ideas related to one or more of the three pillars for the overall project to be addressed as part of the scholarship along with the methods to be used for doing this. The proposal may be further specified during the first three months of the position.

The PhD Scholarship can either be accomplished in terms of the so-called 5+3 model or the 4+4 model. Scholarships according to the 5+3 model can be given to applicants with a master degree and have a duration of 3 years. Scholarships according to the 4+4 model can be given to applicants, who have passed the 4th year of their master studies, and have a duration of 4 years. For the first two years you will be enrolled in the PhD programme and the Master’s programme parallel to each other. During that period your pay will consist of a combination of SU student grants and salary for job assignments. After obtaining the Master’s Degree, you will enter into a salaried PhD scholarship. Pay and conditions of employment will be in accordance with the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and AC (the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations).

As part of the PhD program the PhD student must complete an individual planned course program.
The PhD student must also achieve teaching experience during the research education. The PhD student is expected to spend a certain period with a relevant foreign research institution, normally one semester. The research unit for health economics appoints a supervisor and possibly a co-supervisor.

PhD students are expected to participate actively in the activities at the department, and to spend a significant portion of time there.

Further information can be requested by contacting Professor Ole Bent Olesen, phone: +45 6550 3254, e-mail: ole@sam.sdu.dk.

Information about the PhD programme at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Southern Denmark, can be found at: www.sdu.dk/sam/phduk.



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Department of Business and Economics
Faculty of Business and Social Sciences


Application, salary, etc.:

Your employment as a Salaried PhD Research Fellow is governed by the agreement of 1 October 2008 on Graduate Employees in government appendix 5 – protocol on PhD Research Fellows.

Applicants for a PhD scholarship must fill in the application form available on our web page www.sdu.dk/sam/phduk under the section Application forms for enrolment. Here you also find guidelines for preparing your project proposal within the PhD Programs for Economics.
The application form should be accompanied by

1. A detailed curriculum vitae
2. A translation of grades according to the European ECTS system obtained in BA and MSc programmes
3. A project description (max 5 pages),
4. An abstract for above project description of no more than 250 words:
- The abstract must clearly state the research area, objectives and methods of the project
- The abstract must contain a well-motivated suggestion for a supervisor among faculty at the Department of Business and Economics. A list of employees can be found here.

All non-Danish documents must be translated into English.

Applications will be assessed by a committee. When the evaluation committee has submitted its report, the applicant will receive the part of the evaluation that concerns him/her. Applications that are incomplete with regard to the above requirements will not be assessed by the committee.

In order to promote equal opportunities to access academic positions, the University encourages all qualified persons to apply, regardless of age, gender, religious affiliation or ethnic background.

Please submit your application marked "Position No. 351/526-125864" including enclosures by e-mail (in Adobe PDF format or Word 2003 alternatively newer format) to Personnel and Finance, Faculty of Business and Social Sciences by e-mail: pers.sc@sam.sdu.dk.

The application must be received at Personnel and Finance no later than Friday, September 14, 2012 at 12:00 noon.

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Employment starts: 1 October, 2012
Closing date 14 September, 2012 at 12 noon
Location: Odense
http://www.jobs.sdu.dk/vis_stilling....=7526&lang=eng

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Грант для экономистов
Economics Research Grant Competition

Summary. The goal of the competition is to support policy-relevant research projects under five priority areas. During the grant period research outputs are peer reviewed by thematic expert panels at EERC semi-annual research workshops. Research supervision is also provided through consultations with program staff and resource persons. The best findings are published as working papers and policy briefs, and are freely accessible on the web.

Research workshop. Proposals selected for the final review stage of the competition will be presented at December 2012 research workshop (in Kyiv); interim and final reports on funded projects - in June 2013 and December 2013, respectively. The final output of each project shall be a working paper/article and a policy brief. The best research findings will be published in the EERC working papers and e-print series.



Thematic focus. Proposals are solicited in the following five areas with relevance to current policy concerns in the CIS:

Enterprises and product markets

Labor markets and social policy

Macro, financial markets and open economy

Public economics

International trade and regional integration

Upon completion of research The best projects will be considered for the prestigious Zvi Griliches Award to support submission to internationally-refereed journals and presentation at leading conferences.
http://eerc.ru/competition_menu_show/1

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PhD, University of Antwerp
The Faculty of Applied Economics is seeking to fill the following full-time vacancy in the Department of Transport and Regional Economics – Research Centre on Freight and passenger flows

Doctoral student
in the area of port competition

Job description

The position is meant to conduct research on port economics in general and port competitiveness in specific. The aim is to quantify the changed relationships among chain actors, their decision-making framework, and the mutual impacts this has. You should have a good methodological background. Proven research expertise in quantitative research methods and techniques is considered a plus. Your research should allow governments to develop a sustainable port policy.

· You prepare a doctoral thesis in regard to chain perspective on port competiveness;

· You contribute to research in the Department of Transport and Regional Economics – Research Centre on Freight and passenger flows, in the field of ports;

· You enroll in the university's Ph.D. program and obtain a Ph.D. at the end of the Dehousse grant.



Profile and requirements

· You hold a master degree in applied economics and logistics, or equivalent;

· You have relevant knowledge of transport economics and port economics;

· You can submit outstanding academic results;

· Also students in the final year of their degree can apply;

· Your academic qualities comply with the requirements stipulated in the university’s policy ( http://www.ua.ac.be/research );

· You are quality-oriented, conscientious, creative, customer-oriented and cooperative;

· An analytical spirit and a focus on quantification are expected;

· Team player with a sense of initiative and responsibility;

· Excellent verbal and written English communication skills.

· Knowledge of Dutch is an asset – non native speakers are expected to acquire Dutch language skills within the first year.



We offer

· A doctoral scholarship for a period of one year to start with, with the possibility of renewal for a further period after positive evaluation;

· The start date of scholarship will be 1 January 2013;

· A full labour-contract remuneration applies, with a net monthly grant of over 1900 euro;

· A dynamic andstimulating work environment with possibilities for extra training in an international context.



Interested?

· Applications may be submitted only online, until the closing date 15 October 2012.

· A two-page document is to be drafted and sent to the contact person below, indicating how you see the analysis of the above-mentioned topic develop, what method you would use, and what workplan you foresee.

· A pre-selection will be made amongst the submitted applications. The remainder of the selection procedure is specific to the position and will be determined by the selection committee;

· More practical information about the application form can be obtained from Ellen Huijer (TEL 03 265 31 49);

· For questions about the profile and the description of duties, please contact Anne Arekens at anne.arekens@ua.ac.be or -32-3-265 41 50.


The University of Antwerp strives to contribute to an open, democratic and multi-cultural society. We follow an equal-opportunity policy.
http://www.ua.ac.be/main.aspx?c=.DEPTPERSONEEL&n=104279

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PhD, University of Antwerp
The Department of Accounting and Finance of the Faculty of Applied Economic Sciences of the University of Antwerp has a full-time vacancy (m/f) for a:

Doctoral student in accounting

The research position is funded by a project grant of the Research Foundation Flanders (FWO).

The ideal candidate has a strong academic background in accounting and finance, including good research and statistical skills and an excellent command of the English language. A research master degree would be an added advantage.

The applicant is expected to conduct research in the field of financial disclosure behavior in an international setting. The research will be carried out in close collaboration with Prof. Walter Aerts and Prof. Tom Van Caneghem. The candidate is expected to enroll the university's Ph.D. program and to obtain a Ph.D. at the end of the project. A short project description can be found below. We offer a four-year position (with periodic evaluation), a net monthly grant of over 1800 euro, and a stimulating working environment in a lively cosmopolitan city.

For more information, please contact Prof. Walter Aerts (University of Antwerp) at walter.aerts@ua.ac.be .

However, applications should be sent by regular mail, and should include [1] a detailed CV including description of background in accounting and research, [2] complete transcripts of bachelor and master degrees including detailed marks, [3] a motivation letter and [4] (if available) results on TOEFL/GMAT/GRE tests.

The position is open until filled with a final deadline of October 1, 2012.

Short project description

We investigate intra-industry imitation in discretionary financial disclosure and management commentary. Imitation of discretionary reporting content and related reporting choices may be conceived as a rational response to discretion and related ambiguity in order to meet explicit and implicit industry norms. This issue is crucial in the current debate on a principles-based versus rules-based approach in the reporting standard-setting process. We will address the following research questions: (1) What is the extent of intra-industry benchmarking in specific discretionary reporting choices and which imitation mechanisms drive reporting conformity, (2) What is the impact of professional intermediaries (e.g. auditors, consultants) on imitation-driven reporting, (3) Which firm-specific factors (e.g. relative performance) affect the extent of benchmarked reporting, and (4) Whether and to what extent self-serving consequences (e.g. financial analyst behavior, cost of capital) of industry-based imitation in external reporting can be observed.

Address:

Prof. Walter Aerts

University of Antwerp

Faculty of Applied Economic Sciences

Prinsstraat 13

B-2000 Antwerpen

Belgium
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Стипендии, Copernicus Center
Стипендии Николая Коперника: обучение в Германии

Участники программы смогут пройти полугодовое обучение в университетах Гамбурга, Мюнхена или Берлина, а также стажироваться в немецкой компании.
Требования к кандидатам:

В конкурсе могут участвовать студенты гуманитарных факультетов — журналисты, историки и социологи, а также учащиеся факультетов политологии, правоведения, экономики и студенты-архитекторы. Кандидаты должны окончить минимум два курса вуза и владеть немецким языком.

Оформление заявки:

Чтобы подать документы, надо написать сопроводительное письмо и объяснить свой интерес к этой программе, приложить имеющиеся сертификаты и дипломы и отправить на адрес университета в Берлине. Заявки на стипендию принимаются два раза в год. Последний срок подачи документов на летний семестр — 1 сентября, на зимний семестр — 1 марта.

В программе стипендий Коперника принимают участие три немецких университета: Университет имени Гумбольдта в Берлине, университет Гамбурга и Мюнхенский университет имени Людвига и Максимилиана. Обучение длится полгода. Стипендия покрывает расходы на транспорт, проживание, питание, медицинскую страховку, визовый сбор, а также расходы, связанные с зачислением в вуз. Организаторы предоставляют жилье в немецкой семье или в общежитии и помогают найти место для прохождения практики в международной компании.

http://www.copernicus-stipendium.de/...cus-topmenu-17

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University of South Africa offers Fully Funded Fellowship for Master, Doctoral, Postdoctoral, Research Students, South Africa 2013

Statistical Genomics, High Performance Computing (Physics Department), Topology and Category Theory (Department of Mathematical Sciences), Ecotoxicology (Chemistry Department), Superconductivity (Physics Department), Growth, Poverty and Macroeconomic Policy Analysis

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Russia-Eurasia – Robert Bosch Fellowship at Chatham House, 2013 UK

Russia-Eurasia - Robert Bosch Fellowship at Chatham House

Chatham House, in partnership with the Robert Bosch Stiftung, invites scholars from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine to apply for a Visiting Fellowship at Chatham House in London.


In 2013, two successful applicants will spend six months each working at Chatham House with the Russia and Eurasia Programme team. During this time they will conduct a research project of their own design relating to the politics, economies and societies of the post-Soviet region. The Fellows will be expected to:
•write a peer-reviewed Chatham House Briefing Paper based on their research;
•present their findings at an expert roundtable event;
•contribute as necessary to other research projects and core work of the Russia and Eurasia Programme.

In the course of the Fellowship, the scholars will spend a two-week placement at a German think tank in Berlin. Funds will also be available for the Fellows to conduct a research trip to the region.

The two six-month Fellowships are intended to run sequentially, the first commencing in January 2013, and the second running from July - December 2013. Candidates should indicate if they have a preference for the January-June or July-December period.

Full details on the Fellowship scheme and how to apply are available here (pdf).

Closing date for applications: Friday 14 September 2012


Research Fellow - Russia



Applications are invited for a Research Fellow or Senior Research Fellow - Russia (depending on experience) for the Russia and Eurasia Programme. The successful candidate will be responsible for undertaking research and research projects leading to published output on Russia and the western post-Soviet region and undertaking fundraising for such research. Although the primary focus will be Russia, expertise in one or more of the western post-Soviet states would be desirable.

This is a part-time position, 12 month contract.


Required Skills and Experience:
•Minimum of three years' research experience (10 years for Senior Research Fellow)
•Substantial track record of publishing on Russia. A Senior Research Fellow should be an internationally recognised authority on the area
•Fluency in English and Russian
•Evidence of successful project management
•Proven history of successful fundraising.

To Apply:

Candidates should submit the following in their application:
•Covering letter
•Curriculum vitae
•Research plan for the first 12 months, related to the international relations of the Russian Federation and including an outline of potential follow-on work and fundraising initiatives
•Publication sample
•Contact details of two referees.

Please specify which position you are applying for (Research Fellow or Senior Research Fellow).

Please send your application to Rhona Moir, recruitment@chathamhouse.org.

For any queries, please contact James Nixey, Manager and Research Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme, jnixey@chathamhouse.org

Salary:

Based on 2.5 days per week: £13,133 – 18,272 (Research Fellow), or £22,840 – 33,690 (Senior Research Fellow).

Closing date for applications: Friday 7 September 2012

Duration: 12 Months
http://www.chathamhouse.org/about-us...ies#job-177897

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PhD Research Fellowship in Economics
Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis (CEES)


PhD Research Fellowship in Economics


The PhD fellow will be part of the project “Strengthening the adaptive capacity of institutions in fisheries” funded by The Norwegian Research Council as part of the Programme “Climate Change and its impacts on Norway”(NORKLIMA).

Starting date: as soon as possible

Contract duration: 3 years

Project description

The successful candidate will work in a research team that analyzes the feedbacks between climatic, social and ecological forces with the aim to strengthen the adaptive capacity of institutions that govern marine ecosystems, focusing on the Barents Sea ecosystem. Typical issues to be studied are (i) how informal institutions, such as social norms and cultural identity, influence behavior of individual fishermen, (ii) how formal institutions, such as government regulatory agencies, respond to environmental change and its effect on resource users, (iii) how biological complexity, such as the risk of a resource collapse induced by climate change, should be reflected in management plans.

This project will be carried out in collaboration with the Fisheries Centre of the University of British Columbia, Vancouver,Canada; the Stockholm Resilience Centre, University of Stockholm, Sweden; MARICE, Reykjavik University, Iceland; Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada, and the University of Tromsø, Norway. Thus, this project combines global insights from fisheries around the world with valuable Nordic expertise to meet challenges posed by a changing climate.

The applicant has the possibility to visit the Fisheries Centre of the University of British Columbia (www.fisheries.ubc.ca) for one semester to work with leading experts on global and regional effects of climate change on marine biodiversity and fisheries. The Centre has a unique database comprising distribution maps, as well as ecosystem and catch data for more than 1,000 species. Additional shorter stays abroad with other partners to acquire complementary knowledge are also possible.

Qualification

We search for a candidate with an academic background in economics or econometrics who has a completed MSc degree (or equivalent) of excellent quality. Candidates must have strong quantitative skills and rigorous training in statistics or econometrics. Experience with STATA or other statistics software is a prerequisite. Further assets are strong analytical skills in the field of microeconomics, especially game theory, or familiarity with computational methods. Prior experience with environmental and resource economics or fisheries is an advantage, but we also welcome applicants from other economic fields. The applicant should have a keen interest to work in an interdisciplinary environment with scientists from different disciplines.

We also emphasize that we are looking for a candidate with good communication skills across different disciplines and cultural backgrounds, as well as good collaborative and organizational skills. A good command of English is required, because this is the working language at our institute.

Admission to the PhD program

The purpose for the fellowship is research training leading to a successful completion of a PhD degree. The fellowship requires admission to the research training program at the University of Oslo. Due to the interdisciplinary character of this project, the candidate may either enroll in the PhD Program in Economics or in the PhD Program for the Natural Sciences (this is to be decided by the selected candidate in agreement with the project leader).

More information about the PhD program in Economics can be found here:

http://www.sv.uio.no/econ/english/re...and-admission/

More information about the PhD program in the Natural Sciences can be found here:

http://www.mn.uio.no/english/researc...ion/index.html

Appointment to a research fellowship is conditional upon admission to the research training program. The application to the PhD programme must be submitted to the department no later than two months after taking up the position

Please note that all international students who are not native speakers of English must document their proficiency in English.

http://www.mn.uio.no/english/researc...uirements.html

The organization

This project will be carried out at the Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis (CEES); Department of Biology, in close collaboration with the Department of Economics, both at University of Oslo. To maximally benefit from the different working environments, the successful candidate will have an office at CEES, and in addition have an office for one year at the Department of Economics. CEES is a National Centre of Excellence, providing a stimulating interdisciplinary research environment with many young international and Norwegian scientists working on a variety of theoretical and empirical topics within ecology, evolution, economics, and statistical methodology. The CEES is chaired by Nils Chr. Stenseth and currently employs 16 faculty members, 43 postdocs/researchers, 32 PhD students and 30 MSc students. Additional information about the CEES can be found at www.cees.uio.no. The CEES is the coordinating member of the Nordic Centre for Research on Marine Ecosystems and Resources under Climate Change (NorMER - www.normer.org).

We offer:
•A research project at the frontier of economic science
•A highly stimulating and interdisciplinary research environment
•Salary in the range between NOK 416 600 – 468 400 per year, depending on qualifications (Pay grade 50-57)
•Favorable pension and welfare arrangements (e.g. maternity leave)
•The possibility to work with our network of partners and benefit from their expertise during stays at their institutes

The application must include:
•Application letter including a statement of interest, briefly summarizing your scientific work and interests and describing how you fit the description of the person we seek
•CV (summarizing education, positions and academic experience)
•Copies of educational certificates (bachelor and master), and transcript of records
•A maximum of 2 letters of recommendation, or names and contact details of references (name, relation to candidate, e-mail and telephone number)
•Up to 3 academic work (e.g. publications, theses, or essays) may be included to be considered by the evaluation committee

Foreign applicants are advised to attach an explanation of their University grading system. Please remember that all documents should be in English or a Scandinavian language.

The University of Oslo has an agreement for all employees, aiming to secure rights to research results.

The University of Oslo has a goal of recruiting more women in academic positions. Women are encouraged to apply. The University of Oslo also has a goal of recruiting ethnic minorities to Norway in academic positions. Ethnic minorities are encouraged to apply.
http://uio.easycruit.com/vacancy/853497/64421?iso=no

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PhD in Economics and Finance
The PhD in Economics and Finance at Università Bocconi is a 4-year full-time program designed for highly qualified and motivated students who wish to acquire first rate research skills. It started in 2010 with the merge between the PhD programs in Economics and in Finance.



The program has been organized within the two curricula of Economics and Finance (students select one curriculum when they apply). By its nature, the program is multidisciplinary and students have the option to choose from a wide range of electives. Dedicated mentorship and support are offered to students throughout their time at Bocconi.



Our first-year students acquire a broad set of theoretical and methodological skills required in both economics and finance (mathematics, statistics, econometrics, microeconomics), as well as to their curriculum (macroeconomics for Economics, asset pricing and corporate finance for Finance).



In the second year, students choose their field of specialization within their curriculum (e.g. asset pricing, accounting, banking, corporate finance, development economics, econometrics, economic history, microeconomic theory, industrial dynamics and organization, international economics, macroeconomics, political economics, and public economics). The third and fourth years are entirely dedicated to research, including attendance at regular seminars held by internationally renowned internal and external faculty.


Our PhD classes are enriched by the interaction among students from all over the world, with backgrounds not only in economics and finance, but also other disciplines such as engineering and statistics. International exchanges are promoted within the framework of the European Doctoral Group in Economics (http://www.edge-page.net/).



Faculty members are highly performing in terms of international publications and are active members of the international community. They publish in or serve on the editorial boards of leading research journals, such as American Economic Review, Econometrica, Journal of Econometrics, Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of Finance, Journal of Monetary Economics, Journal of Political Economy, Mathematical Finance, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Review of Economic Studies, and many others. Faculty members have been and currently are the recipients of prestigious competitive grants (e.g., by the European Research Council and the National Science Foundation in the United States).



The PhD program is designed to prepare and foster an academic career on the international jobmarket. Other career opportunities include central banks, governments and international organizations. In the last few years our students have been hired by prestigious schools and organizations such as: ESSEC International Business School, The Bank of England, Bank of Italy, Harvard University, London Business School, National Bank of New Zealand, Queen Mary College, Xiamen University, Toulouse School of Economics and others.



Fellowships are available for admitted students.

Applicants should hold or be completing a graduate degree or equivalent.

A B2 (CEFR) competence level of English or above is required to be admitted to the PhD program.

At the first step, up to 10 PhD fellowships (which cover four years of study) are available for the PhD in Economics and Finance. Afterwards, other positions (with or without fellowship) can be allocated according to merit to the PhD in Economics and Finance.

Applications are due by February 1st, 2013.

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